Program directors and advisors oversee the administrative details for their respective programs. Current students seeking program guidance, individualized studies, future career/academic study advise, or academic advisement (graduate only) should reach out to the respective contact below. If the director cannot directly answer your question, they will be able to point you to the appropriate resource or office.
If you are an undergraduate student, your academic advisor is either at the University Advisement Office (for underclassmen) or the Office of Academic Assistance (for seniors, or students with 90+ hours). The academic advisors assist in building your academic schedule, verifying requirements for your degree, and providing other resources for your academic success.
If you are a graduate student, your academic advisor is your program director.
Prospective students: If you have questions about the submission or processing of your application, please email [email protected]. Application information, deadlines, and requirements can be found on the University Admissions page for undergraduates and on the Andrew Young School Admissions page for graduate programs.
Master of Public Administration (MPA)
- Criminal Justice
- International Affairs
- Management & Finance
- Nonprofit Management
- Policy Analysis & Evaluation
- Public Health Management
- Urban Planning & Economic Development
- Joint MPA/JD program
Master of Public Policy (MPP)
- Education Policy
- Environmental Policy
- Global Affairs
- Health Policy
- Nonprofit Policy
- Public Finance Finance Policy
- Social Policy
- Urban Planning and Policy
Ph.D in Public Policy
- Public Finance and Budgeting
- Public and Nonprofit Management
- Policy Design, Analysis, and Evaluation
- Urban and Regional Planning and Development
Ph.D in Public Policy, Joint Program with Georgia Tech